When uploading large files (more than 4~5 GB in size) by FTP the transfers get restarted from the beginning once it reach 100%. When using FileZilla, I've get an timeout but, the transfers get aborted and the file "stay" on the server, it doesn't restart or retry like rclone does.
The version that I'd use is v1.55.1
Ubuntu 20.04 x64 (server) updated and the latest version of Raspberry PiOS has has been use for testing with FileZilla.
I'd use FTP, the server is hosted by myself in my server room at L'Orignal ON.
For the clients, they are located: one at OVH Canada in Beauharnois QC. and the other at my other house in Hawkesbury ON.
The target FTP server is ProFTPd on FreeNAS (all updated).
nohup rclone move --transfers=1 /mnt/disk/ZAWACK/2021-07-17/ video4-1:/2021/2021-07-17/ &
[video4-1] type = ftp host = datacenter.zawack.net user = video4 port = 101 pass =
The log is available here: [http://pastebin.zsites.ca/view/a00782ee](http://pastebin.zsites.ca/view/a00782ee)
I know there a timeout as it also happen with FileZilla but at the opposite of FileZilla, with rclone the transfers get retried and the file get re-uploaded and if I let it going it can loop till I'd stop it (I don't know if there a limit), it is possible to avoiding that to happen?